Sovcomflot group

Russia’s largest shipping company and one of the global leaders in the marine transportation of hydrocarbons (crude oil and petroleum products, liquefied gas (LNG and LPG)) and in servicing the transportation requirements of oil and gas projects on the continental shelf, including offshore seismic exploration.

Growth factors

As of 31 december 2020 the group’s fleet
145 vessels
with a total deadweight of 12.63 million tonnesIncluding vessels within joint ventures (four LNG carriers and nine LR I product tankers).
2 new vessels
were added to the fleet in 2020
11.6 years
the average vessel age within the fleet
The orderbook includes
26 vessels
with a total deadweight of 2.46 million tonnes
The world’s leading operator and the largest owner of ice-class vessels designed to operate in ultra-harsh environments and challenging ice conditions:
82 ice-class vessels
rated from ICE 1C to Arc7 and Icebreaker ICE-15

Leadership position

One of the World’s largest fleetsAccording to data from Clarksons as of 31 December 2020.

by number of ice-class shuttle tankers

by number of ice-class oil tankers

by number of Aframax crude oil tankers

by number of icebreaking supply vessels

by number of ice-class LNG carriersincluding vessels in the Group’s orderbook

Main charterers: major international and Russian oil & gas companies and traders, including Gazprom, Sakhalin Energy, LUKOIL, Exxon Neftegas, Royal Dutch Shell, Trafigura, NOVATEK, ExxonMobil, Vitol, Total, Chevron, Phillips 66, BP, ST Shipping, PetroChina, SIBUR.

Unlocking the Northern Sea Route’s potential


Expanding the long-term industrial business portfolio


Keeping course towards sustainable development